Cheryl Aldea


Dear Diary


Dear Diary....
this heart of mine is been confused
if it is love, infatuation or crush
he always in my thoughts all day and night
that keeps lingering on my mind

Dear diary....
here I’ am smiling all alone
and thinking him all day long
and see him face closer to mine
walking hand and hand
talking laughing and feeling

Dear diary.....
I don’t know what to do?
Tell me where do I start
I miss him each day of my life
can't explain this feeling I have
if it is madness... when it will last?

Dear diary....
I wonder what would happen next?
Song of my heart will be please
this feeling soon will reveal
a love I have been hidden and care about
Dear diary... tell me now

Submitted: Monday, September 27, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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  • Freshman - 1,148 Points Elena Sandu (9/27/2010 7:33:00 AM)

    here I’ am smiling all alone
    and thinking him all day long
    and see him face closer to mine
    walking hand and hand
    talking laughing and feeling

    Lovely poem! No matter what it is, love infatuation or crush, as long as makes you dream and smile to stop it maybe its no need to rush..
    I pray for you to have more and more of it be shared and find the needed essence: true love: may keep your pen flowing.10 (Report) Reply

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